Embraer is adding tablet arms from Ingenio Aerospace to the list of optional equipment available on new Praetor 500 and Praetor 600 jets.
Embraer is deploying the plug-and-play products to complement its modern Embraer DNA cabin interiors and enhance the passenger experience. The tablet arms are designed to provide convenient housing for PEDs in flight, while being compact and lightweight.
Praetor customers will have the option to install Ingenio tablet arms on new aircraft. Additionally, the tablet arms can be retrofitted on in-service aircraft.
“We are proud to be working with Embraer, one of business aviation’s top OEMs,” said James Bell, president and CEO of Ingenio Aerospace. “Our units blend form, function and elegance to complement Embraer cabin interiors and give passengers easy access to their handheld device of choice. We would like to welcome new Embraer clients and invite owners of in-service models to contact their authorised dealer or service centre to see how we can help enrich their inflight experience.”
Ingenio is focused on designing, certifying and building leading-edge products and components for fixed-wing and rotor aircraft in corporate and commercial markets. Based in Montreal, Canada, Ingenio has developed more than 50 cockpit and cabin solutions since 2013.
The Ingenio quality management system is AS9100D registered and the company is an approved manufacturer under Transport Canada CAR 561. All products are engineered to meet FAA Part 25 regulations and all electrical components are DO-160G qualified to facilitate installation on any aircraft.
Click here to read a full-length feature on the Praetor 500 and 600 from the January 2019 issue of Business Jet Interiors International.
Click here to read about enhancements announced for the airframes earlier in 2020.